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May 20, 2000 Show:
E-mail Software Guest:
Scheduled for this broadcast is Ken Breshears, Tech Support Manager, from , Inc., an industry-leading technology company dedicated to growing the wireless industry. Since 1985, they have developed and commercialized communications solutions for consumers. Ken discusses Eudora Pro 4.3, the latest version of Qualcomm's award-winning e-mail program.
QualcommMay 20, 2000 interview
August 21, 1999 Show:
E-Mail Software Guest:
Get a handle on e-mail. Kenneth Breshears from tells you how- using Eudora Pro . This product sends, receives and filters e-mail while you read and compose messages. The spelling checker underlines misspelled words and the search results are displayed in one easy to access window. Plus it imports account settings, address books, e-mail messages and folders from other products.
QualcommAugust 21, 1999 interview
May 2, 1998 Show:
Communication and Internet Integration Guest:
Do more with your e-mail. Matt Parks, Senior Product Manager, from discusses how you can get more from your e-mail service. Qualcomm's Eudora Pro has options to let you receive faxes, voicemail, news subscriptions, and more through the Internet. Find out where e-mail is heading.
QualcommMay 2, 1998 interview
February 8, 1997 Show:
Internet E-mail Guest:
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